Defective Parts on Commercial Vehicles

Defective Parts on TrucksUsing teams of drivers, many trucking companies operate their vehicles 24 hours a day. This puts enormous stress on these vehicles and their components. If a critical part, such as a tire or brakes, are not designed properly or if they are not inspected and maintained, that part can fail and cause a serious accident.

Seeking Full Compensation At Trial Or In Settlement Negotiations

At Rizio Law Firm, we provide vigorous advocacy on behalf of truck accident victims and their families. We have a record of success in motor vehicle accident cases and the legal, technical and financial resources needed to take on trucking companies and their lawyers. When representing you, we will work diligently to build a strong case designed to obtain full compensation for all of your economic and noneconomic losses.

Truck Crashes Caused By Brake Failure And Tire Blowouts

Brakes and tires are the two truck components that fail most frequently on big rigs. With regular inspections, many problems can be identified in advance and corrective measures taken. However, some trucking companies fail to maintain their vehicles on a regular basis or hold their drivers responsible for performing routine checks while their vehicles are on the road. For example, semitrailer drivers are required to inspect their tires at least once each day. By failing to do this, the driver could overlook a compromised or damaged tire that might then blow out at a critical moment.

In your case, our truck equipment crash attorneys will undertake a comprehensive investigation of the events leading to the accident. This will include an examination of vehicle inspection and maintenance records and other documents to establish the liability of the responsible party or parties. If we find that the component in question was poorly designed or had manufacturing defects, we will seek compensation from the manufacturer or other parties.

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Contact Rizio Law Firm to discuss an accident case involving defective truck parts. You can contact the firm 24 hours a day. For a free consultation, please call 888-292-8888 or contact us online.

This article should only be used for informational purposes. It does not constitute legal advice, and it does not create an attorney-client relationship with anyone. If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney in your community.

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